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Perl modules for wre0.9.7

User sysred
Date 9/30/2015 7:29 am
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sysred

Hi,

I'm trying to execute /data/WebGUI/sbin/testEnvironment.pl


but I'm stuck on the module Weather::Com::Finder , which depends on Time::Format

I can't get those modules for CentOS 6...

Any clue?

Thanks in advance

Regards

--- (Edited on 9/30/2015 7:29 am [GMT-0500] by sysred) ---



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bartjol

If the OS doesn't have the native perl package, you can always install it via CPAN, or download it and install it manually. This might require an install of build tools (make).

--- (Edited on 30-September-2015 14:35 [GMT+0200] by bartjol) ---



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sysred

Thank you for your reply.

I've also tried with CPAN without success. When trying to install Time::Format from CPAN, it fails during the command

ROODE/Time-Format-1.12.tar.gz

Also, make is installed

Regards

If the OS doesn't have the native perl package, you can always install it via CPAN, or download it and install it manually. This might require an install of build tools (make).

--- (Edited on 30-September-2015 14:35 [GMT+0200] by bartjol) ---

--- (Edited on 9/30/2015 7:41 am [GMT-0500] by sysred) ---



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bartjol

Well, if CPAN fails, manual sounds like the way to go.

Normally you'd do:

run the setenvironment wre script
download
unpack
cd into create dir
perl Makefile.PL (or build.pl, sometimes the some differs from standards)
make
make test
make install

That should at least give clear answers on what goes wrong

--- (Edited on 30-September-2015 14:46 [GMT+0200] by bartjol) ---

--- (Edited on 30-September-2015 14:47 [GMT+0200] by bartjol) ---



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sysred

Ok, that did the trick, although some tests failed (or were planned but not performed)... Should I worry about that?

Thanks again.

Regards

Well, if CPAN fails, manual sounds like the way to go.

Normally you'd do:

run the setenvironment wre script
download
unpack
cd into create dir
perl Makefile.PL (or build.pl, sometimes the some differs from standards)
make
make test
make install

That should at least give clear answers on what goes wrong

--- (Edited on 30-September-2015 14:46 [GMT+0200] by bartjol) ---

--- (Edited on 30-September-2015 14:47 [GMT+0200] by bartjol) ---

--- (Edited on 9/30/2015 7:55 am [GMT-0500] by sysred) ---

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bartjol

Well, that depends on the test that actually failed (I wouldn't worry about the "not performed").

If the module is installed, you probably can just go ahead and use WebGUI, but check your webgui log files to see whether this module causes errors. And: document these errors, so when, let's say a year from now, something fails, you know to check this first

--- (Edited on 30-September-2015 15:02 [GMT+0200] by bartjol) ---



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